Constructed in 1970, Lions Park is nestled at the base of Grandview Hill and is a versatile park with a variety of amenities including the largest pavilion in Provo with 41 tables. Excellent park for large corporate events and family reunions.
A plaque calling the pavilion ” a modernist wonder” reads:
In 1970, The Lions Club constructed this pavilion with its striking hyperbolic-shaped roof. They financed its construction, in part, by holding pancake breakfasts and selling brooms. Designed by the same concrete engineer responsible for the turtle-shaped Reams grocery store that once stood on 200 West, the pavilion was constructed by pouring concrete into forms on the ground and then elevating them using hydraulic jacks.
See also, Provo Parks.